Elicit [verb]

Definition of Elicit:

draw out

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The broad digital transformation taking place in R&D is allowing researchers to automate time-consuming manual processes and opening new research horizons in thorny problems that have failed to elicit breakthroughs.

That’s concerning, but vaccinations may elicit a broader, more powerful immunity than a passing infection, so it’s impossible to say they won’t still work.

So it’s really engineered to elicit a protective immune response.

The direct listing came to the fore in 2018, when Spotify sought to tackle the first-day stock price pop that often comes with an IPO and elicits criticism that money is left on the table for the companies themselves.

The demos are typically impressive, but somewhat clinical and usually elicit an endless stream of Terminator references in just about every blog post and internet comment surrounding them.

Effective content creators know that good design leads to content that doesn’t just engage, it elicits an emotional response and leaves a lasting, positive impression.

His actions on the show build the social world around him by eliciting love, making Baby Yoda absolutely intoxicating.

There will be an amicable settlement; and my word will be a knot in the chain of satisfactory evidence they will elicit.

Eleanor looked at Jane very sharply, but the sewing-girl's face was averted, so that questioning looks could elicit no answers.

Some of his walls are still pointed out, and the large stones he lifted elicit surprise.